Classes Left Without Classrooms After Central China City, County Crack Down on Illegal Buildings
Thousands of students have been forced out of school in the Central China city of Zhoukou after their schools were torn down in a crackdown by the city and county governments on illicit buildings.
Builders assisted by excavators began to demolish the private kindergarten (preschool) in Zhoukou’s Luyi county, Henan province, on Sunday, according to Qian Lihong, who built the facility in 2016 for nearly 10 million yuan ($1.54 million).
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